As this is exactly the 200th post, I’ve decided to do a bit of revision. My regular readers know that the majority of my posts are nerdy reflections on my teaching and learning experiences, but now and then, when I’m in the professional mode, I come up with a practical post to share my teaching/learning tips. Today, to celebrate my little anniversary, I’m going to share a list of posts that I think fall into this ‘practical’ category.
Such a list serves two purposes: it may be useful for teachers out there, but it will also help me see clearly where my main interest lies and which areas I like writing about most. I don’t know yet what conclusions I’m going to draw from the discovery. One thing is certain, though – the post was inspired by Joanna Malefaki’s interview with Phil Wade, in which he describes the process of publishing an e-book. It suddenly occurred to me that being a passionate blogger, I may well try to publish something longer than a blog post some day (a pdf would do, for starters). Some day …
For easier navigation, I divided the posts into several categories. Feel free to click any of the links now or later on, or just look back along with me.
Games and activities: